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du˚, 59 találat.

alagadda →

pts

…Dhp-a.iv.132 (˚camma, so read for T. alla-camma, vv.ll. alanda & alandu˚).

Der. unknown. In late Sk. alagarda is a watersnake

bindu →

pts

…(= piṇḍita-ssara C.).

cp. Vedic bindu & vindu

citta →

pts

…stain of h. Pv-a.17; -mudutā plasticity of mind (or thought) Dhs.62, Dhs.277, Dhs.325 -rucita after the heart’s liking…

cittatā →

pts

…Vb.372 (id.); Vb.359 (amudu˚); Pv-a.13 (visuddhi˚ noble character); paṭibaddha˚ (in love with) Pv-a.145 Pv-a.147, Pv-a.270. In…

du →

pts

…saha, sīla; hara.

Sk. duḥ & duṣ = Gr.; δύς-, Oir. du-, Ohg. zur-, zer-; antithetic prefix, generally opposed to su˚ = Gr….

dussati →

pts

…& dosaniya; & pa˚.

Sk. duṣyati, Denom. fr. pref. duḥ (du˚); pp. duṣṭha, caus. dūṣayati

dvi →

pts

…dupaṭṭā; Kanarese dupaṭa duppaṭa; Tamil tuppaṭṭā a cloak consisting of two cloths joined together, see Kern,

Toevoegselen

hara →

pts

adjective (-˚) taking, fetching; vayo˚; bringing age (said of grey hairs) Ja.i.138; du˚; SN.i.36.

fr. hṛ.

hetuka →

pts

…(pahātabba˚); Vb-a.17 (du˚, ti˚). usually as sa˚; and ; (with & without a moral condition) AN.i.82; Vism.454 sq.; Duka-pa.24 sq…

kakkhaḷa →

pts

…akkosakāraka*, opp. muduka) Vv-a.138 (= pharusa). 2. cruel, fierce, pitiless Ja.i.187 Ja.i.266; Ja.ii.204; Ja.iv.162,…

kambala →

pts

…pile Dhp-a.i.69;

  • -pādukā woollen slippers Vin.i.190;
  • -puñja a heap of blankets Ja.i.149; *…

kata →

pts

…doing good works). -dukkata badly made, of a robe Vin.iv.279 (ṭ), badly done, i.e. evil AN.i.102 (˚kamma kārin)…

kaṇḍu →

pts

Kaṇḍu1

feminine the itch, itching, itchy feeling, desire to scratch Vin.i.202, Vin.i.296; Ja.v.198; Vism.345. kaṇḍuṃ karoti to make or cause to itch Ja.v.198; vineti to allay the itch, to …

maddava →

pts

…m. siniddhaṃ), Mil.313 (mudu˚), Mil.361 (among the 30 best virtues, with siniddha & mudu). 2. (fr. madda) as Np. name of a king, reigning in…

mati →

pts

…opp du˚; (adj.) foolish Ja.iii.83 (= duppañña C.); Pv.i.8#2 (= nippañña Pv-a.40); Sdhp.292.

Vedic mati, fr. man:…

mūsī →

pts

mouse SN.ii.270 (mudu˚ a tender, little m.).

Venic mūṣ & mūḥ mouse or rat; cp. Lat. mūs Gr. μϋς, Ohg. mūs = E. mouse. Not to muṣ to…

nipāta →

pts

…falling down Dhp.121 (udabindu˚); Vv-a.279 (diṭṭhi˚, a glance) Pv-a.45 (asa˚). 2. descending MN.i.453. 3. a particle the gram. term for…

palāsa →

pts

Palāsa1

masculine & neuter

  1. the tree Butea frondosa or Judas tree Ja.iii.23 (in Palāsa Jātaka).
  2. a leaf; collectively (nt.) foliage, pl. (nt.) leaves SN.ii.178; Ja.i.120 (nt.); Ja.iii …

palāsika →

pts

adjective

  1. in cpd. paṇḍu˚; one who lives by eating withered leaves DN-a.i.270, DN-a.i.271.
  2. in cpd. eka˚; (upāhanā) (a shoe) with one lining (i.e. of leaves) Vin.i.185 (= eka paṭala Bdhgh; …

pavedita →

pts

made known, declared, taught MN.i.67 (su˚ & du˚); SN.i.231; Dhp.79, Dhp.281; Snp.171, Snp.330 Snp.838; Mnd.186.

pp. of pavedeti

piṭṭhika →

pts

adjective (-˚) having a back, in dīgha˚; with a long back or ridge Snp.604; mudu˚; having a flexible back Vin.iii.35.

fr. piṭṭhi

rakkha →

pts

dū˚; variant reading du

hard to guard Dhp-a.i.295. ˚kathā, s. l. rukkha-˚ warding talk Thag-a.1, in Brethren, 185, cp. note…

rama →

pts

…only in cpd. dū˚; (= duḥ) difficult to enjoy, not fit for pleasures as nt. absence of enjoyment Dhp.87 = SN.v.24; and mano˚ gladdening…

roga →

pts

…kilāso, soso, apamāro daddu, kaṇḍu, kacchu, rakhasā, vitacchikā, lohita pittaṃ, madhumeho, aṃsā, piḷakā, bhagandalā. This list is…

rogin →

pts

…having a disease, suffering from (-˚); one who has a disease Vism.194 (ussanna-vyādhi dukkhassa); Sdhp.86
paṇḍu˚; one who has…

ropaya →

pts

adjective (-˚) to be healed, only in cpd. du˚; hard to heal (of a wound) Vin.i.216 (vaṇa).

for *ropya, fr. ropeti1

rutta →

pts

in du˚ & su˚; at Dhs-a.396 is to be read as dur- and su(r)- utta (see utta).

su →

pts

…(e.g. su-duj-jaya, su-duddasa, su-dub-bala)
■ Our usual practice is to register words with su˚; under the simple word, whenever the…

sādhu →

pts

…fruits Ja.i.272 (read sādu˚).

  • -rūpa good, respectable Dhp.262
  • -sammata highly honoured DN.i.48;…

takkaṇa →

pts

thought, representation (of: -˚) Ja.i.68 (ussāvabindu˚).

tudampatī →

pts

…Toevoegselen

ii.93, who compares tuvantuva for duvanduva

vaco →

pts

…with du˚; as dubbaca having bad speech, using bad language, foul-mouthed MN.i.95; SN.ii.204;…

vagga →

pts

…group, party Vin.i.58 (du˚, ti˚), Vin.i.195 (dasa˚ a chapter of 10 bhikkhus). 2. a section or chapter of a canonical book Dhp-a.i.158…

vijāna →

pts

…in compounds du˚; (dubbijāna) hard to understand SN.i.60; Ja.iv.217; and su˚; easy to perceive Snp.92; Ja.iv.217.

fr….

vindussara →

pts

is variant reading of bindu˚; (q.v.).

viññāpaya →

pts

…instruction; only in cpds du˚ & su˚; indocile docile SN.i.138; DN.ii.38; Cnd.235#3; Pts.i.121; Pts.ii.195 Vb.341.

grd. of viññāpeti, =…

yutta →

pts

…Ja.i.296 (here perhaps for dur-utta?) du˚ also lit. “badly fixed, not in proper condition, in a bad state” at Ja.iv.245 (of a gate).

*…

dukkha →

pts

…after sukha, q.v.; Bdhgh (at Vism.494) explains dukkha as du + kha, where du = du1 and kha = ākāsa. See also def. at Vism.461.

dvīhitika →

pts

…du1 appearing as du-(and not as dur-) before a vowel is most peculiar there may be a connection with druh (see…

saṃhara →

pts

collecting; dus˚; hard to collect Vin.iii.148; Ja.iv.36 (here as dussanghara, on which see Kern,

Toevoegselen

i.121).

fr. saṃ + hṛ.

sibbita →

pts

sewn Vin.iv.279 (dus˚); Ja.iv.20 (su˚); Vb-a.252 (˚rajjukā). Cp. vi˚ & pari˚.

pp. of sibbati

dūrakkha →

pts

see rakkha & cp. du1.

du1 + rakkha

sorata →

pts

…with so˚ for sū˚, which latter is customary for su˚ before r (cp. dūr˚ for dur˚). See du1 2 and Geiger, P.Gr. § 11. The BSk….

sutappaya →

pts

adjective easily contented AN.i.87; Pp.26 (opp. dut˚).

su + grd. of tappati2

sata →

pts

…MN.i.520 (su-ssata & dus-sata) SN.iv.211; AN.iii.169 (+ sampajāna), AN.iii.325; AN.iv.311; Snp.741; Dhs.163; DN-a.i.211
■…

sampatati →

pts

…along or about Ja.vi.528 (dumā dumaṃ); imper, sampatantu ib. Ja.vi.448 (itarītaraṃ); ppr. sampatanto flying to Ja.iii.491. pp….

du →

bodhirasa

bad, difficult, wrong, ill

SN 1.32 maccharisuttaṃ

du-ddadaṃ dadamānānaṃ, du-kkaraṃ kamma kubbataṃ, asanto n'ānukubbanti, sataṃ dhammo du-ranvayo.

nāsā →

pts

…wind, i.e. breath from the nostrils Ja.iii.276.

Vedic nāsā (du.); Lat. nāris, Ohg. nasa, Ags. nasu

pānada →

pts

…should probably be (with variant reading & C.) “dupāhan’ ûpama, i.e. du(ḥ) + upāhanā. The C. explains as “dukkatupāhan’…

padahati →

pts

…to burn, & translates “du willst das Feuer brennen,” i.e. you attempt something impossible, because the fire will burn you)

pp pahita…

du-osārita →

ncped

du-osārita

mfn.improperly readmitted

nijjhāpaya →

pts

adjective to be discriminated or understood, in dun˚; hard to… Mil.141 (pañha).

Sk. *ni-dhyāpya, to nijjhāpeti

gati →

pts

…a realm of bliss, ib.

duggati a miserable existence; a realm of misery (see above gati 4). Usually with gacchati…

dūratta →

pts

adjective reddish MN.i.36 (˚vaṇṇa).

du1 + ratta

dutiya →

pts

…SN.i.90, SN.i.91
adutiya alone, unaccompanied Pv-a.161.

Sk. dvitīya, with reduction of dvi to du, as in compound…

dussanīya →

pts

…moha AN.iii.110 (dusanīye dussati, where Iti.84 has dosaneyye) Ja.vi.9; Mil.386.

cp. Sk. dveṣanīya, because of doṣa = dveṣa taken to dus

dugga →

pts

…road Dhp.327; Pv.ii.7#8. dugge saṅkamanāni passages over difficult roads, usually combined with papā (water-shed)…

dubhaya →

pts

…Snp.1007, Snp.1125; Ja.iii.442; Ja.vi.110.

a contaminated form of du(ve) & ubhaya; see dvi B II.

dohaḷa →

pts

…dohada & daurhṛda, of du + hṛd, sick longing, sickness, see hadaya. Lüders; Gōttinger GelehrteNachrichten 1898, 1…